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German Firm Cooperation to Construct Wind Turbines

The project is part of efforts to raise the low share of renewable sources in Iran's power industry that mostly uses fossil fuels to generate electricity.

A German firm, Skywind, will cooperate to build wind turbines in Binalood, Neishabour.

"Some of these turbines could be used in home and some have industrial use", said Hamid Garmabi, Neishabour's PM, "their knowhow will transfer to the country and will be produced under the licenses of Germany".

 The official reiterated that following the meetings with the representative of German firm and Khorasan Razavi Governor General and Neishabour Governor, the cost of 2 turbines is paid and Binalood wind power has been installed.

Pointing to Iran's good opportunity for utilization of renewable energies, the member of Parliament's Mining and Industries Commission added that based on 6th plan, we are obliged to produce 5000 megawatt electricity from wind and solar energies annually, so we could not only transfer this technology to other provinces, but export to neighboring countries.

 International investors are increasingly looking at Iran as a strong market for renewable power projects.

 The project is part of efforts to raise the low share of renewable sources in Iran's power industry that mostly uses fossil fuels to generate electricity.

 Energy officials say the country’s total installed capacity of renewable energy production will reach 1,000 MW by the end of the current fiscal year in March 2018.

 

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German Firm Cooperation to Construct Wind Turbines

The project is part of efforts to raise the low share of renewable sources in Iran's power industry that mostly uses fossil fuels to generate electricity.
Parvin Faghfouri Azar
A German firm, Skywind, will cooperate to build wind turbines in Binalood, Neishabour."Some of these turbines could be used in home and some have industrial use", said Hamid Garmabi, Neishabour's PM, "their knowhow will transfer to the country and will be produced under the licenses of Germany". The official reiterated that following the meetings with the representative of German firm and Khorasan Razavi Governor General and Neishabour Governor, the cost of 2 turbines is paid and Binalood wind power has been installed.Pointing to Iran's good opportunity for utilization of renewable energies, the member of Parliament's Mining and Industries Commission added that based on 6th plan, we are obliged to produce 5000 megawatt electricity from wind and solar energies annually, so we could not only transfer this technology to other provinces, but export to neighboring countries. International investors are increasingly looking at Iran as a strong market for renewable power projects. The project is part of efforts to raise the low share of renewable sources in Iran's power industry that mostly uses fossil fuels to generate electricity. Energy officials say the country’s total installed capacity of renewable energy production will reach 1,000 MW by the end of the current fiscal year in March 2018. 
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